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The Foundation Trustees

Chairman
John Blacklock, Saskatoon, SK

Cathy Lasby, Guelph, ON 
Kurt Gilmore, Calgary, AB
Jay Cross, Calgary, AB
Neal Church, Calgary, AB
Kym Jim, Red Deer, AB

The Keith Gilmore Foundation was established in 1987 with its headquarters located at the Canadian Hereford Association in Calgary, Alberta. It was established to provide scholarships to worthy applicants in the fields of agriculture,veterinary medicine and agricultural journalism. The foundation is named in honour of the late Keith Gilmore, editor and publisher of The Canadian Hereford Digest for 30 years. It recognizes his contribution to the Hereford breed, agricultural journalism and the beef cattle industry.

Up to ten (10) scholarships are available and are awarded each year in the later
part of August.


2014 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS

Category A: $2,500 Post Graduate Award Recipients

Rae-Leigh Pederzolli
Saskatoon, SK
University of Saskatchewan
Masters in Animal Science


Jonathan Messerli
Quebec City, QC
McGill University
Masters in Plant Science


Category B: $2,000.00 Under Graduate Award Recipients

Logan Pizzey
Binscorth, MB
University of Saskatchewan
Agribusiness Major
Field Crop Production Minor


Halvard Nixdorff
Airdree, AB
University of Alberta
Animal Science Major
Agribusiness Minor


Cassandra Gorrill
Lindsay, ON
University of Guelph
Animal Science Major


Shannon Palmer
Saskatoon, SK
University of Saskatchewan
Animal Science Major



Katelyn Stehr
Saskatoon, SK
University of Saskatchewan
Animal Science Major
Agribusiness Minor
 

Category C: $1,500.00 Diploma Award Recipients

Jay Rimke
Oak Lake, MB
Olds College
Agriculture Management Diploma

Larissa Lupul
Foisy, AB
Olds College
Agriculture Management Diploma


Whitney Ball
Coldwater, ON
University of Guelph
Associate Diploma in Agriculture




:: Past Scholarship Winners ::
Students that have been awarded Keith Gilmore Foundation Scholarships

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